Message from the Chairman
The EBME (Electronic and biomedical engineering) conference and exhibition started in 2009.
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The EBME (Electronic and biomedical engineering) conference and exhibition started in 2009 as a way of improving healthcare through the sharing and application of knowledge from experienced professionals involved in the management of healthcare technology.
The EBME Expo 2019 will feature a conference and exhibition with excellent speakers in the conference hall, and innovative and internationally respected companies in the exhibition hall. We will also have smaller exhibition spaces to cater for smaller companies with innovative new products. It is always a pleasure to meet so many delegates and exhibitors each year, and we look forward to seeing you at our 10th Anniversary on 3rd & 4th April 2019, which I am honoured to be chairing. The organising committee have chosen a new venue, The Milton Keynes Arena, which is bigger than the previous venue, guaranteeing a worthwhile experience for both delegates and exhibitors.
The theme for 2019 will focus on what the latest healthcare technology can do to improve patient outcomes. Our conference programme will feature six speakers each day, with two keynote speakers. Besides this, there will be workshops in break out areas. We also expect our exhibitors to provide technical demonstrations, and there will be numerous opportunities for informal networking.
As the EBME Conference and Exhibition Chairman for the last 9 years, I know that the success of the EBME Expo 2019 event depends upon the attending delegates (many of whom are EBME members), the exhibitors, the speakers and the quality of the programme. Recognition should go to the organising committee, and deputy Chair, who work extremely hard to ensure a successful conference programme and exhibition is delivered. In particular, I would thank the EBME Event Committee, the exhibitors (who ultimately pay for this event) and our event partner, BtoB Events, and our official media partner, the Clinical Service Journal.
Dr John Sandham